From our headquarters across the street from the State House, the N.J. Chamber of Commerce's staff of lobbyists and researchers work every day to promote pro-growth legislation and reforms that are in the interest of our members and the economy. Our ultimate goals: Create jobs, and foster a New Jersey that is more competitive and business friendly.
Michael Egenton is executive vice president, Government Relations for the N.J. Chamber of Commerce. He is the Chamber's chief lobbyist and focuses on environmental, transportation, energy, labor, and government reform issues.
Michael sits on several advisory councils and committees including the New Jersey Clean Air Council -- a group appointed by the governor that makes recommendations on matters pertaining to air pollution control.
Prior to coming to the N.J. Chamber, Michael worked at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), analyzing environmental statutes, rules and regulations. He also was the project director and principal author of Modern Forms of Municipal Government, a report published by the New Jersey State Commission on County and Municipal Government.
A native of Plainfield, Union County, Michael is a graduate of Seton Hall University and has a Master's Degree in Public Administration from Kean University. Michael and his family reside in Voorhees Township, Camden County.